Faurecia, SAIC, Kardan, Allied Group and Cyphertech all took part in the round, which increased connected car security platform GuardKnox's overall funding to $24m.

Israel-based in-vehicle cybersecurity technology developer GuardKnox has raised $21m in a series A round that featured automotive components maker Faurecia, car manufacturer SAIC Motor and real estate developer Kardan. Investment firm Fraser McCombs Capital led the round, which also featured Allied Group, a joint venture of carmaker Skoda and automobile importer Champion Motors, as well…

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